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    - Cheers for thinking of me Luv!

    Yep - we're back, I've just completed the third load of washing and am looking forward to sitting down tonight!

    Looking forward to Q&A!!

    I enjoyed watching Dawkins debate (well it was more of a very friendly 'chat') with the Archbishop of Cantebury (Rowan Williams - now retired) a while ago over a bottle of Moscato - might do the same tonight

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    I'm really looking forward to watching Q&A tonight. I've read Dawkins books but have never seen him in action

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I'm really looking forward to watching Q&A tonight. I've read Dawkins books but have never seen him in action
    Great! Thanks for the reminder
    The Dawkins test - I'm a 6.
    http://www.bigthink.com/think-tank/a...ster-atheister

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    I'm a 6.9 on that scale



    Witwicky - have you got/read 'The magic of Reality'?

    I bought it for the family - i'm half way through it, and will start reading it with the kids in a few (maybe 5 or 6 actually) years time when their comprehenson levels are a bit better.

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    Can I be on both sides?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDiddy View Post
    Can I be on both sides?
    That would make you a 4.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Great! Thanks for the reminder
    The Dawkins test - I'm a 6.
    http://www.bigthink.com/think-tank/a...ster-atheister
    Interesting test, my rating is dependent on the definition of god used. If you are talking biblical definition of god, stories of jesus etc I would be a 6, if you are talking of god in a purer sense as in divine being I'd probably be closer to a 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmyboys View Post
    Interesting test, my rating is dependent on the definition of god used. If you are talking biblical definition of god, stories of jesus etc I would be a 6, if you are talking of god in a purer sense as in divine being I'd probably be closer to a 4.
    That's what my DH said too

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    I'm a 6.9 on that scale



    Witwicky - have you got/read 'The magic of Reality'?

    I bought it for the family - i'm half way through it, and will start reading it with the kids in a few (maybe 5 or 6 actually) years time when their comprehenson levels are a bit better.
    Yep, I've read it. It's excellent and a perfect book for explaining science to youngins I intend to read it to my kids too (not for a while yet though).


 

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